Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Handy note from The Future of Ruby Performance Tooling talk

GoRuCo 2014 - The Future of Ruby Performance Tooling by Aaron Quint

It introduces a few numbers of promising Ruby performance tooling. I'll definitely refer back to this post when I do performance optimization.

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